For those who are struggling to find purpose today, remember these two scriptures: “The Son of God appeared for this purpose, to destroy the works of the devil.” 1 John 3:8 [AMP] […]
Intercession and Forgiveness
16 If anyone sees his brother committing a sin that does not lead to death, he will pray and ask [on the believer’s behalf] and God will for him give life to […]
19 Points of Advice for Fighting the Devil
St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil… The exorcists I consult occasionally for articles have personally seen a lot of […]
The 12 degrees of humility according to St. Benedict and St. Thomas Aquinas
Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart. Fr. Cornelius a’ Lapide cites the words of St. Augustine on this verse: “Take my […]
How Can a Priest Forgive Sin?
Here is a subject that crosses ALL denominational boundries. True, this article is from a Catholic perspective. This applies to all believers, everyone who has submitted their hearts and wills to Christ. […]
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Why do we complicate things??
What do you think are some things that turn people off to serving Christ? One thing I hear a lot is that there are too many rules to follow. Another is that […]
The secrets and the life of an exorcist. Fr. Carlin: “We are not super- priests, but we have the weapons to fight the devil”
The following story is taken from Servizio Informazione Religiosa. It is translated from Italian. Author: Riccardo Binnoti (https://www.agensir.it/author/r-benotti/) Fr. Carlin is an admired man of God and a great mentor. Please pray […]
Apparitions – Add this BBC series to your queue!
I have to tell you, I was incredibly surprised at how accurate this series is. It is about a priest and his life in the ministry of exorcism. Its true that cases […]
Exorcists say that real life and the movies can coincide, but rarely do
ROME –Illius enim te urges potéstas (usually translated into English as “the power of Christ compels you”) is perhaps the best-known line from an 1884 rite of exorcism prayer issued under Pope Leo […]